1. Write a short but descriptive result title 2. Add a high resolution photo 3. Write a result description that is 3-4 sentences and uplifting, regardless of whether the person scored well or not 4. Include a personalized CTA 5. Optional, set up the “result settings” to show the correct answers in the quiz…
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First, navigate to the “results” section of the quiz editor   You can add results to narrow down what you show people based on how many quiz answers they get correct. Click “add result” until you have the granularity you want. Keep in mind that when people share their quiz results, they share the quiz…
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First, you’ll want to embed your quiz onto your website so you can send traffic from Facebook back to your domain for tracking purposes. Here’s the guide on how to embed into any page. You’ll also want to set up Facebook tracking inside of Interact so you can optimize your ad campaigns for conversions (people…
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First, click “publish” inside of Interact, and copy the iframe embed code that appears.   Second, open up the HTML view of your web page builder, the example I’m showing here is WordPress, even though we have a WordPress Plugin, I’m showing how it looks here for reference   Now publish the page and make…
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Navigate to “connect integration” on the left sidebar of the interact quiz builder. Then select Aweber If it’s your first time connecting Aweber, you’ll need to sign into your Aweber account inside of Interact. On subsequent times you’ll just select Aweber as your integration Now you’re connected! The interact quiz results will populate into a…
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Click “connect integration” and select Mailchimp Then select the list you’d like new quiz subscribers to go into. (NOTE: the first time you connect Mailchimp to Interact you will have to sign into Mailchimp inside of Interact and authorize the application) The next step is to set up the lead capture form, click the item…
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